What is Afriblinksblog Rap-battle? This is a yearly hiphop competition/ Mc battle organised by the Afriblinksblog team in order to uplift the African hiphop culture.
Many people easily dance to afro-beat, play in it public… but feel reluctant to play Hip-hop same way. Some people think hip-hop is only to be played in lone moments.
Afriblinksblog is trying to eradicate this notion by launching its first phase of the rap-battle on 17th June.
This competition will be a yearly music microphone fight that bribg league of rappers together in order to encourage them to be better Mc’s whilst learning from others.
Why is the Afriblinksblog Rap-battle important ?
- It will create a competitive spirit amongst rappers which will make them to step up their game
It will bring exposure to rappers.
- It will gather rappers from different angles to discover themselves and probably work on different projects together.
- Has a financial benefit
- Winner gets free video shoot, music production and a featuring with a Cameroonian celebrated rapper.
How does that sound ?
The first phase of this competition is online. Meaning, competitors will be expected to submit their content via WhatsApp +237651326358 to participate.
The first phase starts on 24th June and ends on July 8. The second phase starts from 20th July to 27th.
And the last phase from 5th August to 10th August.
On 20th August, the winner will be announced and handed his prize.
What’s the prize ?
Winner of the Afriblinksblog Rap-Battle will have the opportunity to feature Cameroon’s microphone Njorku, Mic Monsta.
Mic Monsta has been consistnly one of Cameroon’s greatest hip-hop acts of all time. The first edition of this hiphop competition has the honour to bring the Microphone Njorku to the table.
Again, it will be bringing Cameroon’s most versatile music producer Mccoy TWAP and the screen colouring god himself, Tecno Brian who will shoot a free music video for the winner of this competition.
Also, the winner will go home with a cash prize of 250,000 FCFA.
All beats will be provided for download on (www.afriblinks.com) when the competition is announced. Each rapper submits a maximum and minimum of 1 minute video.
The rules to participate in this competition will be made available on the site as well alongside the beats.